Back to Homeschool Wordsearches

Many homeschool families have already began their school year and many will be starting in the next few weeks. Here are a couple Back to Homeschool Wordsearches for you. I think the parents will enjoy the Homeschooling Wordsearch. I’ll add more printables to these when I return from vacation in a week.

Back to Homeschool Wordsearch

Homeschooling Wordsearch

Math Vocabulary Worksheets

Divisors, dividends, denominators… Here are two sets of math vocabulary worksheets to help sort out these terms and cement them into your student’s mind once and for all. The first set is basic arithmetic terms, the second is more advanced.

Each 5-page Mathematics Vocabulary Packet includes:

  • Mathematics Vocabulary Wordsearch
  • Mathematics Vocabulary Crossword Puzzle
  • Mathematics Vocabulary Matching Worksheet
  • Mathematics Vocabulary Multiple Choice Worksheet
  • Mathematics Vocabulary Vocabulary Sheet

Arithmetic Printables, 5 pages

Mathematics Printables, 5 pages

Here’s a trick I learned years ago to remember how to spell arithmetic: A Rat In The Hat May Eat The Ice Cream

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Image by Scrappin Doodles.

Long Vowels Worksheets

“When two vowels go walking, the first one does the talking and says its own name and the second one goes to sleep.”

Learn the two-vowel rule and practice the long vowel sounds with these printable worksheets.

Long Vowels Printables, 6 pages

Homeschooling Physical Education: Let’s Get Moving Challenge

Meeting the physical education requirements for some kids can be a challenge if they’re not naturally active. Here’s a printable “Let’s Get Moving” weekly challenge form to encourage physical activity and to help kids set goals for themselves and keep track of their successes. I’ve also included one for the moms to challenge themselves to get moving and set a good example for the kids.

The 3-page Let’s Get Moving packet includes:

  • Let’s Get Moving – Boys
  • Let’s Get Moving – Girls
  • Let’s Get Moving – Moms

So, print your forms, set your physical fitness goals and let’s get moving!

Let’s Get Moving Printables, 3 pages

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London 2012 Summer Olympics Printables

As the Olympic Flame makes it’s journey to the Olympic Stadium, the world waits in anticipation of the opening of the London 2012 Olympic Games! The 2012 Olympics will begin on July 27, 2012 with an exciting Opening Ceremony. Here’s a set of Summer Olympic themed printable activities for your kids. They’ll learn terms related to the Olympics, make a puzzle, play a game of Tic-Tac-Toe and more.

The 11-page Summer Olympics Printable Packet includes:

  • Olympics Puzzle
  • Summer Olympics Wordsearch
  • Summer Olympics Crossword Puzzle
  • Summer Olympics Matching Worksheet
  • Summer Olympics Multiple Choice Worksheet
  • Summer Olympics Vocabulary Sheet
  • Olympics Tic-Tac-Toe Game
  • Olympic Medal Stand Activity
  • Gymnastics Coloring Page
  • Summer Olympic Sports Coloring Page
  • Summer Olympic Sports Coloring Page 2
  • Answer Key for Worksheets

What is your favorite sport to watch during the Olympic Games? Who is your favorite athlete?

Research question: Who are Wenlock and Mandeville?

Summer Olympics Printables, 11 pages

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Olympics Resources Available: (from Teacher Created Resources)

Slide 1
Journey to London Grd 1-3
Slide 2
Journey to London Grd 4-6
Slide 3
Medals Wear 'Em Badges
Slide 4
Olympics Stickers
Slide 5
US Olympic Gold Medal Stickers
Slide 6
Olympic Dream Banner

Fun at the Beach Printables

There’s nothing like a fun day at the beach in the summertime! Living in Southern California, we’ve even gone to the beach in the wintertime. Here’s a set of beach-themed printable activities for your kids. They’ll learn terms related to the beach, make a sun visor, color a picture, play a game of Tic-Tac-Toe and more.

The 12-page Fun at the Beach Printable Packet includes:

  • Beach Puzzle
  • At the Beach Wordsearch
  • At the Beach Crossword Puzzle
  • At the Beach Matching Worksheet
  • At the Beach Multiple Choice Worksheet
  • Vocabulary Sheet
  • Tic-Tac-Toe Game
  • Door Hanger, Pencil Topper and Bookmark (Girl)
  • Door Hanger, Pencil Topper and Bookmark (Boy)
  • Fun at the Beach Sun Visor (Girl)
  • Fun at the Beach Sun Visor (Boy)
  • Coloring Page

If you make it to the beach this summer or even a river or lake, have fun, stay safe and wear sunscreen!

Fun at the Beach Printables, 12 pages

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Celebrate Independence Day – July 4th

In America, Independence Day is celebrated each year on July 4th commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. It is a national holiday and is celebrated with community picnics and parades during the day, followed by spectacular fireworks displays in the evening.

I’m working on printable pages for the holiday which should be completed by the weekend. But in the meantime, here’s a 4th of July Wordsearch and some of the activities from Flag Day and the Summer Adventure Planner will also work. Check back on Monday for the new printables.

4th of July Wordsearch

Summer Adventure Planner

This printable Summer Adventure Planner is your ticket to a fun-filled summer! We have found that the key to having fun with kids is to plan ahead. We’ve done the brainstorming so you can fill out your calendar and get to having summer fun.

The 28 page Summer Adventure Planner includes:

  • Instructions on how to set up self maintained reward programs
  • Ready made pages and schedules
  • Blank theme pages and schedules
  • Reward charts
  • Summer calendar
  • Club plans
  • Reading and worksheet tracking pages
  • And More!

Choose the pages that best fit your family and themes. Here are helpful tips to help you get the most out of your summer adventures.


The summer months have been divided into 3 themes: June – Carnival, July – Rodeo/USA, August – Sports/Olympics. Use these themes as you buy reward stickers, plan games, activities and outings. You can be as simple or elaborate as you’d like.


Having a calendar filled out and posted on the wall will give everyone an idea of the fun to come! Fill in a simple activity on each square to bust those summer boredom blues!


These will be different for every family, but we’ve included sample ideas to get you thinking. Some families will want to do more, some less and some will want to tear up the schedule and forget it! Do what works best for your family.

Clubs & Rewards:

We’ve included forms to keep track of clubs and charts for stickers and rewards. We have a system set up with small rewards in a “treasure box.” Treasure is earned after a sticker chart is filled, usually about 5-7 stickers. Choose a method that will work for your family.

Here are some things to consider: Rewards should be simple and easy to earn. Some reward ideas are: stickers, erasers, pencils, small candies, small notebooks, party supply-type toys, etc. Rewards can also be for experience sharing, some ideas are: going for ice cream, playing a game with mom, having a water fight, etc. The thing to keep in mind is that you’ll want the kids to be rewarded often to keep the momentum of the clubs going.


Packets are to keep learning happening in a fun setting during the summer. Packets are also something to do when kids are bored or on a long car trip. Keep them simple and fun!

Summer Adventure Planner, 28 pages

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